Another possible way to relieve arrears of child benefits is the mutual application of assistance statutes between states. North Carolina recently adopted a new legal remedy to allow interstate enforcement of child welfare obligations, the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act, Chapter 52C of the North Carolina General Statutes. Custody and custody of children are separate legal issues. Even if the other party refuses you custody or visiting time, it does not affect your obligation to pay child benefit. For more information on custody and visiting issues, see the theme «Helping to Protect Children.» What happens if my personal cheque is returned for insufficient resources? You lose your privilege to use personal cheques to pay child benefit and you may be sued. Can I buy health insurance for my child as part of child care? Yes, yes. North Carolina law requires all child care provisions to require parents to provide health insurance to cover the child if employer insurance coverage or other group coverage is available at the time the order is issued or at any time in the future. What is restraint? Income withholding (or wages) is an effective and reliable way to impose regular obligations on children`s education. When North Carolina (or any other state) sends the employer a layoff through unpaid benefits for a worker, federal and regional laws require the employer to begin withholding the children`s assistance from the worker`s salary. Employers deduct the amount specified in the terms of the withholding notice from the employee`s salary and pass it on to the state within seven working days.
Income can also be withheld if the PNP has other sources of income, such as unemployment insurance benefits and workers` compensation. In cases where the total income of the parents is more than $30,000 per month, the court should set the assistance at a level commecishing the appropriate health, education and subsistence needs of the child, taking due account of the rebates, salary, conditions, the usual standard of living of the child and the parties, the custody of the children and the parental contributions of each party. and other facts of the case, as provided for in the first sentence of sentence 50-13.4 (c). The early childhood assistance schedule can help the court set a minimum level of child care. Since North Carolina law cannot require a parent who pays family benefits to be required to commit to pay for university, to acquire life insurance to collect family benefits, many parents will refuse to enter into separation agreements containing such provisions. Custody of the children is paid to the parent by the parent without deprivation of liberty or «any other appropriate person, agency, organization or institution, or to the court for the benefit of the child.» Either the custodial party or, on request and on order from the court, the agent can receive the payments.